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March 3, 2023

Cone-shaped nano-sculpture created using software program

This cone-shaped nano-sculpture, no more than 2 millionths of an inch across, was created using a software program that constructs tiny 3D objects in a variety of unique shapes using DNA molecules.

[Research supported by U.S. National Science Foundation grants CCF 1909848, OAC 1931487, CCF 2113941 and DMR 2004250.]

Learn more in the NSF Research News story Designing with DNA. (Date of image: Feb. 02, 2023; date posted to NSF Multimedia Gallery: March 03, 2023)

Credit: Hao Yan/Arizona State University

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